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The Magic of Artas
   
submitted by Artas Folklore Center
07.04.2012

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Of Memory and Magic, Missionaries and Museums : More than Meets the Eye in Artas Everything in Artas is wrapped in layers of meaning, and everything is so much more than in seems. What is it about this place that has attracted so many civilizations, and people?

The Attractions of Artas Proximity to Bethlehem, rich in historical and religious associations,archeology in everyday life, preserved village buildings, meeting place of ecosystems, lush scenery and diverse flora and fauna, lettuce festival, over 150 uninterrupted years of warmly welcoming foreign guests—how many destinies have been changed in the Artas Valley of Encounters with one of the oldest and most documented villages in Palestine?

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